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for dinner. with three new breakfast lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >> darya: a double of look at san francisco, the rain has stopped, and on the right-hand side the problem at san jose is the wind. i & it is still raining in the north bay jamesug down in the north bay. >> james: some places it is yes. here's the weather right now. steady rain overnight is starting to break up. the storm has broken up overnight, we're dealing with the remnants of it as this cold front passes. once that is beyond our watch area. things will die down and we will get into a scattered showers mix. we see rain in the north bay, up to back a bilvacaville y light rain. this is the storm system. of a last 12 hours the center of the storm shot off to the north. we are getting the tail end of it, as you can see fairly clear air behind it. this afternoon the cloud cover should break up that we should see sunshine. right now mild 49 in san francisco, 50 san rafael, south bay 51 san jose, 50 in concord. here's where the highs should be this afternoon. upper
america over the next five days, he will travel to their cell, of salvador, chile. it is to create job opportunities for the united states and address safety concerns. rebounding slightly as the stock market in japan which is the news this morning. his side huge crops earlier in the week, they are feeling skittish wondering how they will should react. >> reporter: when disasters like the one in japan occur, it's not unusual for the stock market to react. in japan it shows it has over the past week. financial planners say it doesn't mean investors in this country should start getting rid of their international holdings. >> don't let the news of japan drive your investment decision making. you're following a good strategy, you have a diversified portfolio stay the course. >> reporter: a typical portfolio has 60% invested in stocks. of that 20 percent maybe in international funds. of that 20% invested internationally, typically 20% is invested in japan. that turns out to be only 2.4% of your entire portfolio. experts say that is no reason to panic. >> even if the japanese market declined
their animal care and rich in america have teamed up for to wall of chihuahua air lio date. senna same voters approved a measure you which imposes a new 7% hit sales tax from hot clubs sales many of the top club owners are extremely frustrated with this new tax, they showed up with city hall to ask questions about new sales tax on their businesses park club owners say the tax is unfair because technically the city still considers their operations to be illegal. >> there's no actual business license for marijuana so all i was trying to figure a myself how you go about imposing a business tax or and there's no true business license. we have been impressed that we could be incriminating air cells because of this, it is very subtle and unfair because the city of san jose doesn't appear to be helping us. >> will: there 100 pop clubs in san jose. coming up, we will tell you about the quick changes in our weather forecasting they enjoy it is sunny but by late tonight into overnight wednesday it is going to be windy, really, right now things are just as,, you can see in san francisco 46 degrees, high
the slaughter of civilians, adding that the international effort will not be led by nato. >> i said that america's role would be limited, we would not put ground troops into libya, we would focus our unique capabilities on the front end. we would transfer responsibility to our allies, partners. tonight, we're filling that pledge. going forward, the lead in enforcing the no-fly zone would transitioned to allies and partners. i am fully confident that the coalition will keep the pressure on gadhafi's forces. in that effort, the united states, will play a supporting role including intelligence, logistical support search from rescue and capabilities to gm regina communications. >> justine: we will have more on the president's comments throughout the morning. meanwhile, officials are calling the situation very grave after confirming that highly toxic plutonium is seeping from the power plant. it has been detected in small amounts from the park plant they say the amounts are not a risk to humans but the substance appears to be related to the ongoing accident. it can be shielded by a sheet of paper but
. she offered america's condolences and solidary with the people she will now be file into egypt to press leaders to follow through on pledges for reform. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. let's get at the toll plaza traffic is light. it's really delicious, mom. it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse lets you record four shows at once from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months. in the network, everyone can get along. >> mark: mourner developing story new to their problems in japan 14000 people are putting themselves indoors to protect against rising levels of radiation. there been 3 reactor explosions. japanese an
to land america. and live like that sad, traffic is moving. when this seems to be an issue today, as well as rain. your weather forecast coming out. >> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. here is a look to your storm tracker 4 for radio, we have some showers, if you driving 580 will be a little wet. company amid him hayward looks like some showers to. we will track it. world news yemen's president is losing most of his power base he has lost the support of the top military commander and 18 other senior officials. the collapse also falls into doubt the campaign against the al-qaeda away plotting attacks in the united states. he has been a solid u.s. ally. rows of following the u.s. defense get secretary he's there to discuss missile defense, talks are being overshadowed by the u.s.-led bombing campaign against libyan leader. kate is scheduled to meet with the russian president today. he does not have an appointment with the prime minister who was against the strikes on libya. >> reporter: president barack obama ouster of north america shivs to sell the door. he will deal with a sensit
brown is scheduled to be at bank of america tower in san francisco at 230 this afternoon, it is close to the public and the media but the governor will speak with thethe media after. mazda has recall because of spiders. mazda's six cars are being recalled a spider could weave a web in the event connected to the fuel tank and clogged up ventilation. dealers have identified 20 cases, in which spiderwebs were found in the event. much more whether traffic and news coming up. here is the golden gate bridge, very light in the sky and the ground. we will be right back. >> james: we are back for 2:00 p.m. this is what we expect today. today's sunny and warm, by definition that's awesome. saturday it will be nice to. partly sunny for most of the day showers role in my evening. mainly for the north bay. sunday it will be mostly cloudy conditions with light rain in the mix. temperatures today in the '60s, same pattern tomorrow. here's where temperatures are right now, we're cooler than yesterday 49 in san francisco, 43 in concord, 47 in san jose, 40 in napa. a chilly start the don't worry will m
are built in america so americans should not see a shortage. some of the fue >> darya: the crisis in japan one of the big stories we're following at this hour. workers at the plant in japan are preparing now to re-enter, we just learned japan has actually raised the maximum radiation dose allowed for workers. meantime the military sent to fire trucks dealt with fires at one of the plants. the pentagon says it has not been asked to use troops for the developing crisis >> mark: senators are expected to vote on jerry brown's proposal to close the state's budget deficit. governor brown plan includes wall and a half billion dollars andin spending. it's not clear if the governor has enough votes to get that on the ballot. >> darya: they could decide today how to sanction pg&e in the wake of the san bruno explosion, among the options fines and requiring time- consuming tests on pg&e is transmission lines that run through some of the state's most populated areas. this comes us. they picked failed to provide a person of the records including, those on the san bruno segment of the line exploded in s
. with three new breakfast lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. we're showing you the latest video coming at of japan in the aftermath 99 earthquake in this tsunami. you can see the devastation that is left inundated by all the water from the tsunami wave. the earthquake is the fifth largest quake recorded in history in all of the world. this was a big earthquake, hundreds of people have been killed. as you can see there are a lot of people unaccounted for. ships crossed, water moved out, this one is on its side, we do know that one was 100 people was swept to sea. those people have not been accounted for. the giant chip and a car, they have just been washed away with each wave. pish--. japanese police are saying to-300 bodies have been found so far in the north eastern coastal area, the coast guard is now searching for the ship that i just referred to. here's a look at the quake, this is video of the quake. the quake rattled buildings, we have video of that as well. >> mark: we want to tell you a m
at it is trying to recruit america moslems to create terror. as you might imagine some in the muslim community are challenging the congressman to back up his claims. we will keep an eye and you're on this. 6:52 a.m. be back with more moment. @ >> mark: an update on our major hot spot 101 northbound has lanes blocked after fatal motorcycle accident. it is backed up be on 92. >> darya: the 7 day around the bay forecast, some showers today, and then we cleared out for tomorrow, it is cooler, high of 62. the clouds roll back in hanging over the weekend. don't forget to set the clocks for, you want to make sure you are there monday morning when there is another chance of rain. taking a peek at the numbers, so far a horrible on wall street. down 175 trading at 12,038. >> mark: the public is seeing color photographs of this san francisco 1906 earthquake aftermath. this is from the smithsonian's national museum of history. two pictures from our roof top from van ness avenue, reason there are two pictures they were meant to be seen in three dimensions even though they're taken in 1906. if you want to s
.s. military is moving to turn over control to america's allies in the collision. >> darya: more trouble at the nuclear power plant, they were evacuated after smoke coming from a reactor. that evacuation brought to a standstill some of the work to restore electricity. >> james: following willthe weather. a live picture out of santa cruz, a cell move through not too long ago bring in heavy downpours and appeare. in wats's not too much longer before you get a break out there. it will be here and then gone, then here and then gone. most of showers look from the golden gate bridge south. we're following some light showers earlier, heavier ones by south san francisco. that is tracking often to the bay. oakland and then should pick up for you momentarily, san leandro light to moderate rainfall holon edt.along 880. oe peninsula hit or miss showers up and down the peninsula. where is the rain going? 80 am this morning wide spreads showers most of light. we stand a chance from noon on, to see maybe an isolated thunderstorms here and there. by 5:00 p.m. things dryout wish me to write home. seven d
's. america's diner is always open. >> darya: back to court today for barry bonds, this week they will call his former mistress, and former trainer. last week larry bowers was on the stand for four hours. he was testifying about the human growth hormone and the changes it can cause in the body. the prosecution alleges his feet, hands, head route due to use of h. g. age. >> mark: after months of negotiation the special election fade is uncertain as the gop releasing their list of 50 policy and budget reforms the republicans won in exchange for their votes to get a brown's plan on a june ballot. the wish list covers of a range of proposals, and clothesthey're sg they are ready to pursue other options. >> darya: japan is concerned about radioactive water, they think it could take weeks has to be removed and safely stored before the camera cool the system. contamination has spread a mile further north than before. that leak may have reached across the pacific ocean to the atlantic coast. rain water and massachusetts has increased radiation. the health department says of locally came from the nu
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, five an hour standoff with police about 430 afternoon he entered bank of america. swat team and negotiators arriving at the team spirit that make contact, employes and customers were led tallowed to leave. after several hours around 10:00 p.m. last night he came out on his own and was taken into custody. we will be right back after the break. all live look from the san mateo bridge dry conditions but a few bright lighbright lig. [ jerry ] look at this! you got a state-of-the-art man-cave, but the savings account of a cave-man! hey sports fans check this out. [ beep ] oops, my bad. earn more with interestplus savings at that's new school banking, baby! ooh, 3-d! instead of earning bupkus, your savings could be earning three times the national average! three times more. go online to what's in your wallet? what's this do? [ beeping ] >> erica: welcome back we have all hot spot rate near the 10th straight off ramp. an accident involving a 2-3 cars blocking the right hand lane. much more for mission coming up. >> darya: you can see the james lick a
breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. what >> mark: jean the opening bell, we are seam possibly year rebound as futures are pointing positive. opec's saying they will possibly raise production for the first time in two years. it could send the price of oil lower. let's check out whether around the bay, the golden gate on the right and the bay bridge on the left. we are waiting for that warm up. >> louisa: temperatures into the '70s tomorrow, but this morning quite a bit of cloud covering and some drizzle. as we head towards this afternoon those clouds will stick around but we should start to dry up some. tomorrow we have a big warmup in store. right now radar shows a few sprinkles right around the media at bay. for the most part we are not too bad out there. a few sprinkles around downtown san francisco, and places like san bruno. as we widen it out, that's where the bulk of the moisture is. that will stay to the north, so it looks like we will be dry it later in the day. temperatures in the '50s, cool and not bob, napa 44. youw 60s in the north, in the south mid-
is in america on his trip. we're getting word from the secretary that the u.s. is expected to relinquish control. in a matter of days, the u.s. will shift gears. new video to assure you. officials working there say they will try spraying concrete onto some of those reactors. it is a sign that possibly these water drops are not as bad as they thought. we are also getting word to that the weather pattern is shifting. it has been from the northeast there now shifting to minorities and i could take some of those particular it's in the air into more populated areas. tokyo is just south and west of the plant. new details about manufacturing delays of the ipad-2 related to the earthquake and tsunami in japan. tech reporter gabe slate explains the blaze. >>gabe: market research group supplies says that last week's earthquake in japan could cause shortages of the ipad-2, he took apart and ipad-25 parts inside the tablet likely come from japan. here's what the parts are related to. the touch screen overlay gas and the glass. apple has not confirmed this. it is possible that the to get the parts from other
showing those quakes, the aftershocks and foreshocks. it is on his own between north america plate and the pacific plate. >> erica: we are monitoring the coastal freeway is, whether not they are shut down due to the tsunami watch. as of right now the only one in the fact is the great highway which shut dent in both directions. the chp is asking all cars avoid the entire area. same with pedestrians. that will be the fact until midday afternoon. we are keeping a close eye on roadways and the pacific the areapacific >> james: we have somebody on the phone we can talk to further about this. the west coast tsunami center. so your the person we want to talk to this morning. we have been following the quake and the tsunami warning. what's the latest? >> caller: we are measuring and it is is significant a couple feet in some areas. >> james: so it's making its way from alaska down here? >> caller: absolutely we have most of california in a warning. >> james: are people being evacuated? >> caller: we are hoping, all warning is that call for evacuation. we hope the emergency managers are exe
on sale in north america starting in mid 2012, when 6 0 mi. battery will start at 57,400, 23 0 mi. option will cost $10,000 more, to 300 mi. option $20,000 more than that. >> darya: there's a new top smart phone, it's not the blackberry or the iphone, it android is now the most use smart phone operating system. nearly one other three smart phones are running google, only two years after it was introduced android is just ahead of a blackberry controlling 30 percent of the market levels iphone, the other of the most hyped comes in there. >> mark: at love it. but not for phone calls. we'll all look patchy drizzle, a few degrees and san francisco. a high near 60 this sector after noon. >> darya: election of 80, have seen the benefit of snow, maybe even little more and you only need chains on eight, it could be really fun. >> louisa: absolutely, especially after all that fresh news snow right now looks like all the moisture is very light here in the bay and estimate those roads wet this morning he might need to use your windshield wiper occasionally surly nothing significant. right now
good morning to america. >> erica: no hot spots bay area wide, here's a quick bridge jet, bay bridge toll plaza nice, light, leading lights are not on. over at the san mateo bridge accident, incidents free. a live look, no problems, heavier volume of traffic in the commute direction thing compared to what we sought 10 minutes ago. golden gate bridge, no problems to report. highway 37 no problems. taking a look at the the sierra chain requirements are in effect. interstate 80 you also need to keynesian for highway 50 as well as tie 8. >> darya: santa cruz police have arrested a man suspected in the 2008 rape, elvis garcia of greight faces eight to cell of a felony counts. they believe he assaulted a reset at a coffee shop in santa cruz. they tracked him using dna from the scene comparing it to a state of database. he's expected in court this month. an attorney for an animal resources technician charged with killing a grad student says his client pleads not guilty tomorrow. raymond clark the third has been charged with strangling in the league. this is video of his court appearance in
america's cup will be released today by a vivid says an news streetcar line running length of san francisco's embarcadero, there's also streetcorners closures. and a modified bus route. 2.6 million spectators are expected to come. we're watching to see if this id-live ordinance is being enforced. stanley roberts went there. >> stanley: >> what you offering me as far as a way to better myself. >> stanley: the man is getting a ticket for violating the sit-fly lot. he was warned before. >> as police are writing the ticket they find something else. a traffic warrant. he's having kept coming taken to jail. it prevents anyone from sitting or lying on a public sidewalk and sitting on line on an object placed on the saudi barack between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.. i ask residents that they've seen an improvement ? most said yes. they're less people sitting and lying around and not so many panhandlers. he calls himself a rattle, his run him as justin. he hates the fact that he has to keep moving. there's so people sitting in line, that all probably never go away. this man appears to be drunk
of water parts from japan are heading north america, honda, it toyota. toyota wants its u.s. premiere davis to stop ordering more than two metric replacement parts because its word about them running out. if honda would cut down production starting today. since the earthquake and tsunami several automakers have been forced to cut production. >> james: president obama is preparing to outline his plans at a speech in georgetown university he said it's part of a broader wider as effort to focus on broader energy. it comes amid rising gas prices falling instability. gas prices have jumped more than 505 a gallon. a quick check, san francisco of average price $4.10, up oakland $4.40 san as a is a little higher. the national average is $3.59. >> justine: coming up peter has a little bit of a problem with the tenderloin. we'll tell you why. his live look of the bay bridge road plaza traffic is doing ok eric is back in 60 seconds with a look at the roads. righ. >> james: welcome back to the kron 4 news. 4:14 a.m. a live look from our roof camera and they start to this wednesday hot temperatures are
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